Privacy. Security. Experts United.
Data Protection Community.
Professional exchange between newcomers and experts in our
Privacy community, become part of a strong network.
Become part of the Data Protection Community.
Become part of the Data Protection Community. by Robin Data and benefit from the exchange between data protection beginners and experts. Make contacts, share your knowledge or ask your questions.
Why does the privacy community exist?
With Robin Data's data protection community, we want data protection newcomers and data protection experts to network with each other. We want to take advantage of the many positive aspects of data protection and data security and promote their implementation. We want to educate on these issues and show that the actual implementation is not as complicated as you might think. And of course we want to answer specific questions. Together with experienced partners. So that the same applies to you: data protection made easy.
How do I become a member?
Becoming a member is easy, just register for it in the Community. But being a member requires a little more. We wish for a lively exchange in the community. So ask questions and discuss with us.
What does the membership cost?
The use of the community is free of charge. Our claim to the community is to create a platform where data protection beginners and data protection experts can exchange information. Completely free of charge.
Why should I sign up for the privacy community?
In Robin Data's data protection community you can meet other parties interested in data protection and gain insights into their questions. Through the exchange of information, everyone benefits from a large pool of knowledge. Expert questions can be discussed as well as beginners' questions answered. For the majority of questions, you can get qualified answers completely free of charge. Current information and orientation aids are posted and discussed. The scope of content will be constantly expanded in the coming versions, so it is worthwhile to keep coming back and be part of it from the very beginning.
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